Drug addiction can start before you know it. You don’t want to see how it ends.

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Thousands of people across Alabama are slowly killing themselves. They’re addicted to drugs. It might be painkillers, synthetic drugs or heroin. Addiction can touch anyone’s life. But recovery is possible. Help spread awareness.

Zero Addiction is a partnership of Alabama District Attorneys Association, the Alabama Office of Prosecution Services and the Alabama Department Of Public Health to encourage families and friends to talk to anyone they know who might be addicted to drugs.

Prescription Drugs

People tend to think these pills are safe because they’re often prescribed by doctors. But if they are misused, they become dangerous drugs that are highly addictive and dangerous.

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Synthetic Drugs

Known by a variety of street names, synthetic drugs contain plant material sprayed with synthetic psychoactive chemicals. A mixture that can be addictive — and deadly.

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An opiate, heroin is a highly addictive drug that mimics the effects of prescription painkillers. For an addict, once the pain pills run out the need doesn’t. Heroin is often cheaper and easier to get.

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